Thursday, October 6, 2022

 

Well i am not sure about  anyone else  ......but i  cannot stand this sport  ......its  a  shitty version of  tennis ......... i guess ....but .........no doubt there  will be  six figured salaries come from this sport  .....if bastards can make professional salaries from cornholing ......yes there will be  sponsor   ......by like........ bert's prune juice /lola's laxatives /paula's piss pads/donna's  denture cream/archies ass cream/valerie's vaginal catheters.........i am not  saying its  for old  people  ...but it  mostly is  ....its gaining traction /......i hate it myself  ...because i love tennis .....simple ......i just hope it does not turn into an an olympic sport...........or ........ has massive sport tournaments .............but like everything else  ........america  will bastardize it somehow ......... to make money .......it will get  ....pickle ball US open........i am going to  go extreme  pickle ball then  ........i hope it  gets to point where its  fast and  you cut all the time  ...its what i do ......oh well i guess its a nother  money maker  for the masses .......


pickleball, the Fastest-Growing Sport in America, Has Become a Favorite Amongst Kids

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The myth that pickleball is only fit for retirees is finally broken. It’s now become the go-to choice for teens, making it the fastest-growing game in America. Pickleball is a game that’s considered a combination of tennis, racquetball, badminton, and ping-pong. It’s gained massive popularity over the years and is no longer considered uncool by Gen Z.

The Rise of Pickleball

One of the reasons for the rise of this game is its addition to the athletic curriculum of schools in the US and summer camps. Children seem to be joining this game for fun and enjoyment. Hope Tolley, the Managing Director of Recreational Programs at USA Pickleballs, believes that the game has passed on from generation to generation, which is its beauty. While a lot of people have chosen this game as a hobby, there are a few who practice diligently and play in tournaments. This game is receiving recognition and importance on so many levels that even Gen Z considers it cool now. There are training programs that focus on skill development for the age group of 16-23 to help them participate in professional tournaments.

The Journey of Stone and Sobek

Wyatt Stone came across pickleball while he was exploring Texas city with his family at the age of 13. Now at 17, he’s won 83 medals and dreams of representing the country in the Olympics. He went from not knowing what pickleball was to being one of the most talented players in the game. On the other hand, 18-year-old William Sobek has spent his teenage life mastering the art of pickleball. Sobek didn’t care about homecoming or birthday parties; he was focused on competing in tournaments and achieving his goals. He practiced for hours and balanced it with his studies and school. These journeys are commendable and inspiring for others.



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